Temple Club is a chic bar and restaurant located in an alley off Pasteur Street. It was converted from a Chinese temple. The easiest way to find this restaurant is to use Saigon Shopping Center as a landmark. The beautifully decorated restaurant offers a fusion of Vietnam The dishes, the lounge with skilled bartenders and Spanish accompaniment will reward those who work hard.
Specialty restaurants, not only local Vietnamese specialties, but also classic Chinese and Western dishes. The environment is good, the decoration is very local, the taste of the dishes is very good, the ingredients are fresh, the portions of the dishes are also quite good, and the taste is quite good .
If you love authentic food that tastes great you are right. A variety of dishes, each of them unique in taste but always interesting made our evening a perfect one. The prawns are nicely barbecued and super fresh, the beef vermicelli with lots of herbs really classy and the fried vegetable rice tasty.
Think China Club (of HK fame) meets Saigon. This beautiful colonial setting is decorated in a Chinese style with strong Vietnamese fare and very good service. We had lunch there and the steamed fish, spring rolls, and sweet & sour soup were quite good along with the beef & rice noodles wrapped in lettuce leaves which was excellent.
The food was just at average level with some very salty dishes. The service is highlighted with extremely poor attitude of all the staffs, from the receptionists to the waiters. All the answers were given in a very grouchy way, it was so dissapointed. It doesn''t deserve one of the best restaurants in Ho Chi Minh.
Nice relaxing atmosphere, well looked after especially since we had ceoliac in our group of 4. Food delicious. Narrow entrance opens to two lovely upstairs rooms. Nicest of our 8 evening meals in Vietnam. $97 for four people including 4 beers and 4 glasses of sparkling. Drinks were expensive by Vietnam standards. Glad we went there.
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